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Issues and Discussion Paper - Best practices for the responsible use of AI in the financial sector

Consultation end date
June 14, 2024
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Anyone interested in participating in this consultation may do so in writing no later than Jun 14, 2024 by completing the on-line questionnaire or sending a submission or comment letter by using our on-line form or to [email protected]

Issues and Discussion Paper (pdf - 1 MB)This link will open in a new windowUpdated on February 8, 2024Since 2016, the AMF has undertaken various mission-aligned initiatives relating to the digital transformation of the financial sector to, in particular, anticipate regulatory and consumer protection issues. In November 2021, it made a clear statement of its interest in the responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI) by signing the Montréal Declaration for responsible AI development and by publishing the paper Artificial intelligence in finance – Recommendations for its responsible use (the 2021 Report), a report prepared at the AMF’s request by Algora Lab, an interdisciplinary lab of the University of Montréal and the Institut québécois d’intelligence artificielle (Mila). The 2021 Report sets out 10 recommendations to promote the responsible development of AI in finance: three directed toward the AMF and seven toward the industry.

If your are interested by participating in discussion tables or give your comments through an on-line meeting, consult the AI in the financial sector page.

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Regulation to amend Regulation 31-103 respecting Registration Requirements, Exemptions and Ongoing Registrant Obligations - Registered Firm Requirements Pertaining to an Independent Dispute Resolution Service

Consultation end date
February 28, 2024
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